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The Gift of Fair-Trade, Organic Buunni Coffee

Introducing our Buunni Coffee Gift Subscription card!  Purchase a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription to Buunni Coffee for the coffee lovers in your life.  For the holidays, for Small Business Saturday or just because. We’ve tried to make it as simple as possible.  You pay a one time charge that includes everything (shipping too) […]

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Buunni Coffee goes to Midtown!

Starting Nov 1st until Jan 5th, you can visit Buunni Coffee at the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park!  Our booth, F09, is located facing 42nd Street, near the corner of 6th Avenue.  This is a great opportunity for a small company like ours. The Buunni booth will focus on our fair trade, organic, specialty coffees […]

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Cafe Buunni coming to 213 Pinehurst Ave, NY, NY 10033

It’s been ridiculously long since we’ve posted an update.  There’s been a whirlwind of activity at Buunni Coffee, including a long search for space that brought us right back where we started and where we wanted to be all along!  In an unexpected but fortunate turn of events, we recently finalized negotiations on 213 Pinehurst […]

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Organic dilemmas…

The vast majority of Ethiopian coffee is grown by small-holder farmers using natural, organic methods. The coffee they produce is not certified organic, but is grown using natural soil conditioners and without the use of chemicals: most coffee is grown using natural methods, cared for and nourished as it has been for centuries in Ethiopia. […]

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On our way to Ethiopia

We’re on our way to Ethiopia.  After almost six months of being away from Addis Ababa, our former home town, we are very excited.  After breaking our journey in London, we land in Addis on January 7th morning — just in time for Ethiopian Christmas and a traditional meal of ‘doro wat’,  a chicken dish […]

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